Regiment Archives: Machine Gun Corps
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F504 John William Luty, Staffordshire Regiment and Machine Gun Corps, and family: parents, George and Lucy Ann Metcalfe, standing brothers, George and Charles, seated children, Hilda and Ernest. Courtesy of ‘s grand daughter, Christine Hart.
A1126 John William Luty of Knaresborough and Hunslet, North Staffordshire Regiment and Machine Gun Corps. Courtesy of his Granddaughter, Christine Hart.
B996 John Taylor of Newry, County Down, 10 Coy, Machine Gun Corps, and formerly Royal Irish Fusiliers, killed in action 4 October 1917, aged 21. Son of William Taylor (B995). Courtesy of Danny Taylor.
F494 Leonard Wood, The Buffs (East Kent Regiment), and Machine Gun Corps, and family. Courtesy of Philip Wood.
A1173 Thomas Harrison of Burnley, 140th Coy, Machine Gun Corps, missing in action 21st May 1916, aged 21. Courtesy of Clifford Scott.
A1044 Sergeant Fred Christmas, 4 Section, C Company, 21st Battalion, Machine Gun Corpsm reprinted from glass plate 12 December 1961.
A992 George Sunley, Battalion, Lincolnshire Regiment and Machine Gun Corps, died 25 August 1918. Courtesy of Steve Bramley.
A990 John Brayshaw Kay, 66 Machine Gun Corps, originally Civil Service Rifles. Courtesy of Kate Shepherd.
F278 George Tyler, 64th Brigade, Machine Gun Corps., with parents Jabez and Lilyand family. Killed Arras 9 April 1917, aged 22. Courtesy of Contrary Mary.
B508 34th Battalion, Machine Gun Corps., with Corporal Thomas Morley (back row, 3rd from right). Courtesy of James Morley.
G696 Thomas Bridgeman of Grimsby, 46 Battalion, Machine Gun Corps, killed 1 October 1918. Courtesy of Steve Bramley.